Jersey

Manx Sheep - National Trust for Jersey

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Description: Jon Horn talks to doodacky about the National Trust for Jersey's conservation grazing project. The sheep are a breed from the Isle of Man called Manx Loagthan which are unusual as they can have up to four horns. They are the closest living breed to that of the now extinct Jersey sheep. They can be found on Jersey's north coast between Sorel and Devil's hols where they will be used to graze on the bramble, gorse and nettles covering this area. The aim of the trust is to allow the sheep to naturally clear the areas to allow different plant species to thrive

Tags: National, Trust, Jersey, Manx, Sheep, Devil's, Hole, Sorel, Conservation, Loagthan

Date uploaded: 2009-12-16 10:24:47

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